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[audio]IUMA: Atomic Number 9
This whole joy ride started in the basement (like all good bands do) in Jan of 97, with KB and Marcus getting together to hash out some ideas. Things progressed to the point where we brought in Matt Schmitz and Baron Von Rehak(YES, IT'S HIS REAL NAME!) to take on vocals and bass respectively. KB started Sparkle Records to promote A#9, as well as other artists. Once this union was forged we chose to practice, practice, practice, then record our debut CD "Aural Sex" at the now defunct Junkyard St...
Keywords: Atomic Number 9
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[texts]Averaging of backscatter intensities in compounds (Volume 107) - Donovan, J.J.
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keywords: quantitative microanalysis; atomic fraction; atomic number correction; microanalysis; elastic scattering; multi-element compounds; electron scattering; mass averaging
Downloads: 55
[texts]GSNumerics-Manual
GSNumerics-Manual
Keywords: function; matrix; polynomial; enter; complex; dialog; graph; stack; memory; regression; atomic number; scientific calculator; memory location; complex number; active memory; direct function; metallic element; function entry; complex numbers; linear regression
Downloads: 54
[texts]BSTJ 17: 2. April 1938: Radioactivity - Artificial and Natural. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Bell System Technical Journal, 17: 2. April 1938 pp 292-318. Radioactivity - Artificial and Natural. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Keywords: radioactive; nuclei; isotopes; nucleus; deuterons; artificial; neutrons; stable; radium; isotope; radioactive isotopes; blue serge; technical journal; radioactive nuclei; system technical; radioactive bodies; radioactive substance; natural radioactive; bell system; atomic number
Downloads: 40
[texts]BSTJ 12: 3. July 1933: Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVI, The Nucleus, First Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Bell System Technical Journal, 12: 3. July 1933 pp 288-330. Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVI, The Nucleus, First Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Keywords: mass; masses; nucleus; isotopes; nuclei; particles; atoms; atomic; protons; electrons; atomic number; atomic masses; contemporary advances; kinetic energy; technical journal; chemical atomic; magnetic field; bell system; system technical; relative abundances
Downloads: 41
[texts]BSTJ 13: 4. October 1934: Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVIII - The Nucleus, Third Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Bell System Technical Journal, 13: 4. October 1934 pp 580-613. Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVIII - The Nucleus, Third Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Keywords: particle; particles; energy; nucleus; rac; thc; kinetic; curve; values; xxviii; atomic number; radioactive substance; kinetic energy; bell system; contemporary advances; quantum mechanics; charged particles; system technical; technical journal; vertical rise
Downloads: 25
[audio]BV Podcast 0216 - Bloodthirsty Vegetarians - Rich Wielgosz and Paul R. Potts
Welcome to show number 216, which is the Atomic Number of Bloodyvegium. * Hiya * Paul talks about getting his computer in shape to do some DJ'ing and music production * Rich has some plans for the analog studio * Rich wants to know how anyone could mistake Beyonce for a genius * Tune 1 Gigue by J.S. Bach (BWV 997) as performed by Gonzalo Molano * Giant Space Rock Attacks Russia! * Tune 2: Hypocrisy by Rattlebasket * Paul and his family watch more Dr...
Keywords: BloodyVeg; Podcast; 216; Atomic Number; Bloodyvegium; computer; music; production; Beyonce; genius; DJ; analog; studio; Gigue; J.S. Bach; BWV 997; Gonzalo Molano; Giant; Space; Rock; Attacks; Russia; asteroid; meteor; meteorite; meteoroid; Tungusma; Siberia; Hypocrisy; Rattlebasket; Dr. Who
Downloads: 309
[texts]BSTJ 6: 1. January 1927: Contemporary Advances in Physics - XII Radioactivity. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Bell System Technical Journal, 6: 1. January 1927 pp 55-99. Contemporary Advances in Physics - XII Radioactivity. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Keywords: radium; electrons; atoms; substance; thorium; uranium; atomic; radioactive; spectrum; element; atomic weight; radioactive substances; contemporary advances; atomic number; technical journal; radioactive substance; nuclear charge; bell system; system technical; atomic weights
Downloads: 53
[texts]nd :: ND4410 :: IM41-1085-00 Software Instruction Manual ND4410 X-Ray Analysis Overlay Program
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.nd :: ND4410 :: IM41-1085-00 Software Instruction Manual ND4410 X-Ray Analysis Overlay Program
Keywords: interval; command; xct; fli; stj; teletype; display; channel; energy; counts; print report; space bar; carriage return; status display; peak channel; net counts; interval number; channel energy; channel number; atomic number
Downloads: 55
[texts]BSTJ 13: 1. January 1934: Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVII The Nucleus, Second Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Bell System Technical Journal, 13: 1. January 1934 pp 102-158. Contemporary Advances in Physics, XXVII The Nucleus, Second Part. (Darrow, Karl K.)
Keywords: fragments; protons; energy; particles; lithium; observed; transmutation; curve; electrons; nuclei; ionization produced; total number; contemporary advances; kinetic energy; system technical; positive electrons; atomic number; technical journal; bell system; magnetic field
Downloads: 43
[movies]Real World: Lunar Power Plant - NASA eClips
Learn about one of NASA's new innovations that could supply the huge amount of power needed for exploration. NASA engineers are working with the United States Department of Energy to perfect a nuclear fission system that is efficient and virtually hazard free.
Keywords: NASA; NIA; eClips; Real World; middle school; video; education; mathematics; technology; science; engineering; physical science; space; equations; subtraction; percents; nuclear power plant; atomic number; periodic table; elements; protons; neutrons; electrons; heat; electricity; coolant; kilowatts; energy; nuclear reaction; fission; Stirling engine; atoms; isotopes; exploration
Downloads: 40,239
[movies]Launchpad: What Are Radioisotope Power Systems? - NASA eClips
NASA uses Radioisotope Power Systems, or RPS, to convert heat from radioactive decay to electricity, creating predictable, continuous power for long missions in extreme environments. But learn how a next generation Radioisotope Stirling Engine will perform four times more efficiently and help NASA use even less of a precious resource.
Keywords: NASA, NIA, eClips, Launchpad, High School, Video, Education, Mathematics, Technology, Science, Engineering, electricity, radioisotope, Cassini, RPS, radioisotope power system, nuclear, solar system, atoms, atomic number, neutrons, PU-238, Plutonium, element, thermocouples, Voyager 2, Seebeck Effect, ASRG, Advanced Stirling Radioisotope Generator, Stirling Engine, exploration, JPL
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